According to the old playground song, “First comes love, then comes marriage …” but are you ready for the baby in the baby carriage?
A woman’s weight before and during pregnancy can impact not only the health of the mother and baby around the time of childbirth, but also their long-term health.
In past generations, dads have had a less hands-on approach to parenting, and have been more focused on their role as “provider,” but that’s been changing.
While there are many practical factors to consider before expanding both your belly and your family, it’s perhaps most critical to make sure both parents are completely ready to bring a little one into their lives.
Eating right during pregnancy can be tricky, especially for women who struggle with morning sickness, nausea, and other symptoms.
If you are planning to become pregnant, one of the first things you ought to do is get yourself in to see a dentist for a checkup.
Just as important as what you’re eating, or not eating, is the medication you might be taking. Many prescription drugs and even over the counter medicines are not safe for an unborn child.
A father serving our country in Iraq is able to experience the birth of his daughter, from 8,000 miles away.
Tour the Labor and Delivery and Postartum units of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
Choosing an obstetrician is an important process for women.